Khamenei: ‘US wants a regime change in Iran’

ayatollahkhamenei[1]On Saturday, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, while addressing hundreds of the Air Force commanders and rank-and-file, warned Iranian nation that the United States wants nothing less than a (pro-Israel) regime change in Iran.

The meeting took place on the occasion of the 35th victory anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran which toppled the US-backed regime of Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi.

The American officials claim that they donˈt want regime change in Iran but the fact is that they are telling lie and if could do it, they never hesitate,” said the Supreme Leader.

The American officials have adopted a double standard policy in dealing with Iran, their statements in the private meetings are different from those asserted in public which show their ill-wish,” said Ayatollah Khamenei.

The Supreme Leader advised the people to closely observe the recent stands as well as impolite comments made by the American officials.

Ayatullah Khamenei’s statement doesn’t surprise someone who has watched Israel and Jewish lobby groups’ campaign for US war on Iran in the United States, Canada and European capitals. Israel clearly cannot afford to risk a war with Iran without the assurance that the United States being committed to participate in it. That is why the Israeli lobby in Washington and its allies argue that Obama should support an Israeli strike, which would mean that he would have to attack Iran with full force if it retaliates against such an Israeli strike. Read more here.

American Jewish writer and blogger, Stephen Lendman, has been saying for years that no matter how much Tehran bends backward – Washington would not stop until a pro-West regime is installed in Iran – because that’s what Israel and the Jewish Lobby (AIPAC) want.

In October 2013, Lendman wrote: “America and Israel remain the region’s only threats. Iran’s between a rock and hard place. Don’t expect its best efforts to change things.” Read the rest here.

On February 6, 2014, Paul R. Pillar summed-up the US attitude toward Iran by saying:”An Iranian leader (foreign minister Dr. Zarif) says solving the Palestinian problem will lead to improved relations with Iran, while Israeli leaders promote awful relations with Iran partly to take attention away from the unsolved Palestinian problem.”


6 responses to “Khamenei: ‘US wants a regime change in Iran’

  1. “impolite comments made by the American officials.”
    “Impolite”?!? The Supreme leader is excessively polite here. The MSM, which can be safely considered their mouthpiece, rarely fails to call Iran the “mullah regime.” The US could use a nickname too. How about “the Rabbis’ Regime: a nice and varied array of rabbis: the banking rabbis, the Holocaust™ rabbis, the Supreme Court rabbis, the media rabbis and of course the Congress rabbis.

  2. I remember, a few years ago, Gilad Atzmon, suggested to Dr. Ahmadinejad to get hold of a few nuclear bombs, if Iranians want Netanyahu and the Jewish Lobby to shutt-up.

  3. Well they obviously haven’t as yet………… 😉

  4. Remember the court jester of them all, S. Harper of Canada. Pickininny extrordinaire to the Israeli court and extraordinary insult to the non-aligned in Canada.

  5. Well, it’s true, having nukes isa clearly a deterrent–see North Korea.
    The biggest problem for Iran, however, is its track record. No wars initiated, no aggression in hundreds of years. Even worse, not having ever manipulated a powerful state to piggyback on and use it as its catspaw to carry out its wars. Hard for Israel to have any respect for Iran, much less truly fear it.

  6. There is one thing Iran–even better in concert with Russia–could do to freak out USrael, namely, develop an acute interest in the “human rights” situation in the US, all of the Western world and the “State for Jews.” In other words, put the shoe on the other foot.
    Start a sustained press campaign about the hungry in the US just kicked off food stamps, the enormous inmate population if the US (which dwarfs China’s even in absolute numbers), the plight of the Native Americans dying of preventable diseases on reservations, about the human traffic in Israel, the lack of freedom of religion, the restrictions of access of Muslims to Al Aqsa,, the complaints of the Christian clergy there, etc, etc (but keep it all within what is laughably considered Israel “proper” and leave the occupation for a separate chapter of the campaign. In France and the UK,. complain about the stifling of freedom of speech, etc, etc. Demand REGIME CHANGE in those countries.

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